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Studies on the viruses of Japanese Radish mosaic diseases. II. Serology of Radish P virus



Studies on the viruses of Japanese Radish mosaic diseases. II. Serology of Radish P virus



Ann. phytopath. Soc, Japan, 24: 5, 296-301



In part II it is noted that rabbit antiserum reacted specifically with leaf juice of turnip, radish, B. pekinensis, P. hybrida, C. coronarium, and spinach infected with P virus. In absorption tests the antiserum absorbed P virus completely. The virus dilution end points were x300 in agglutination reactions on slides, X2000 in precipitin reactions using turnip leaf juice, and 0.002-0.005 mg./ml. using purified virus preparations.

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